Octavia E. Butler's Sci-Fi Novel Dawn May Be Coming to Amazon
The show has a script-to-series commitment, which means if Amazon likes the scripts, it skips the pilot step.
WHO Accused of Conducting Vaccine Trial Without Participant Consent in Three African Countries
“An implied consent process is no substitute for informed consent. Indeed, implied consent is no consent at all.”
Apple Bans Bad Guys From Using iPhones in Movies, Says Knives Out Director
It’s a common trope that bad guys use Android while good guys use iPhones.
Greg Berlanti Wants Chris Evans in His Little Shop of Horrors
Honestly, who wouldn’t?
Disney's Attempts to Avoid the Errors of Mulan's Original Chinese Debut Might Be Undone By the Coronavirus
The movie’s global 27 March release date may not actually end up being quite so global, specifically in the Chinese market.
Why Is Courtroom Science So Unscientific?
“By the time [evidence] gets to a judge, in some ways it’s sort of too late... We need to focus on improving the science in the laboratories.”
China's Space Agency Reveals What It Learned from Deep Radar Probe of Moon's Far Side
There's more work to be done, but these first findings are very promising.
Let's Not Rely on Billionaires To Fund Climate Action
Jeff Bezos won't save us.
Red Pandas Might Actually Be Two Species
Scientists think they’ve helped settle a debate over one of the most endangered (and cutest) animals around.
Facebook Claims It's Cracking Down on Ads Claiming to Cure or Prevent Coronavirus
This only applies to ads that promote specific products, which leaves a lot of room for misinformation to be spread.
One Form of Online Shopping Is Better for the Climate (It's Not Amazon)
A recent study analysing the greenhouse gas emissions generated by different kinds of online shopping has yielded surprising results.
Report: Steven Spielberg Will No Longer Direct Indiana Jones 5
The hunt is on for a new director to bring a new perspective to the franchise.